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  • Dr Maturin
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    Originally posted by Radhil
    What's this "we" stuff?
    Sorry, Radhil, miscommunication. Just YOU need Freud.

    Happy to clear that up.

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  • Radhil
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    Originally posted by Z'ha'dumDweller
    I think we need Dr. Freud.
    What's this "we" stuff?

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  • Capt.Montoya
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    Sigmund Fraud would wonder...

    We also need to find out if Elizabeth Sheridan was named for her mother... or maybe Mother Sheridan was named Anna?

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  • Dr Maturin
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    Could the fact that Lochley's first name is Elizabeth be a contributing factor as to why Sheridan married her? His sister's name is Elizabeth, and we know that he loved his sister, so maybe the name made him more attracted to Lochley. I think we need Dr. Freud.

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  • Leto II
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    Originally posted by Z'ha'dumDweller
    I have looked this up on the search engine on the site here with various formats and I can't find an answer. So I shall ask it here.

    What party were Santiago and Clark before Clark siezed power? Is it unknown, unimportant or otherwise unrevealed? I don't necessarily want the party name, just the basic tenets. Essentially we've had two parties in this country (US) for 230 years, so it would follow that EA has two main political parties.
    "The Standing-At-The-Back-Dressed-Stupidly-And-Looking-Stupid Party."


    ...Sorry, couldn't help myself.

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  • bakana
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    Looking at the sketches, it appears that one of the Biggest changes was that Garibaldi & Londo traded Hair Stylists.


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  • Jan
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    Originally posted by NotKosh
    Someone has been peeking!!!!!!

    <snip>

    I figured Jan would know what these were...
    If it helps, I had to go get my copy to look up Chang's name. And I'd forgotten the Collari spelling of Londo's name. I was just showing the treatment to my visiting sister last weekend. She's my main convert to B5.

    Jan

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  • NotKosh
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    Someone has been peeking!!!!!!

    I was bored and read the 2nd draft of the B5 treatment. I was going to have a guess the character with a bunch of pictures, but that lost its fascination when I discovered you couldn't imbed images in posts.

    Here they are.


    Dr. Chakri Mendak, doing doctor stuff


    Cmdr Laurel Chang - became Takeshima?


    G'kar


    Sinclair


    Garibaldi


    Delenn (male)


    Vorlons, Kosh with his mate


    Londo


    The station



    I figured Jan would know what these were...
    Last edited by NotKosh; 08-13-2004, 01:46 PM.

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  • Jan
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    Originally posted by Z'ha'dumDweller
    Interesting...I tried different numbers in the address and found some other pictures. My guesses....

    1. Kosh being operated on...if not, then just the doctor, whoever he may be.

    2. Ivanova

    3. G'kar

    4. Sinclair

    5. Garibaldi

    7. Vorlons?

    8. Londo Mollari!
    Those sound like the original Peter Ledger concept sketches from the Treatment. Although Ivanova wasn't invented yet (nor Takashima), the sketches showed Vice Commander Laurel Chang. Also, it was Dr. Chakri Mendak operating on an alien (not Kosh). G'Kar was named Jakarr back then and it was Londo Collari. Kosh had a wife...lots of changes to what became the B5 we know!

    Jan

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  • bakana
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    the rings were dropped as a bad idea.
    Yeah. Considering it is very unlikely you could store the amount of power required to generate a gravity field in just a Ring, it'd just be some sort of remote control.

    And, pretty useless, since she'd have to run back to her quarters every time she needed one.
    And you can't expect the bad guys to wait around all the time while you rummage in the old Jewelry Box ...

    Plus, we know that Garibaldi is authorized to search even the Ambassadors for illegal weapons and confiscate anything he finds.
    The Minbari were obviously not sharing Technology with Earthforce, so Delenn wouldn't bring anything too "Confiscatable" onto the station.

    The White Stars, of course, were given to Sheridan and the Rebels, not to Earthforce.

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  • Dr Maturin
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    Originally posted by NotKosh
    Artists conception of Delenn, circa 1988




    Acck, I guess images don't show up in the messages.. Drat.
    Interesting...I tried different numbers in the address and found some other pictures. My guesses....

    1. Kosh being operated on...if not, then just the doctor, whoever he may be.

    2. Ivanova

    3. G'kar

    4. Sinclair

    5. Garibaldi

    7. Vorlons?

    8. Londo Mollari!

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  • bakana
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    I guess images don't show up in the messages.. Drat.
    No problem, clicking on the Link opens a new window on the site where the image lives.

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  • NotKosh
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    Artists conception of Delenn, circa 1988




    Acck, I guess images don't show up in the messages.. Drat.
    Last edited by NotKosh; 08-13-2004, 10:11 AM.

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  • Mariel
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    Ah, Thank you kind sir. I knew about Delenn's makeup and I'm glad that was changed.

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  • Joseph DeMartino
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    I don't remember seeing this ring or any of the other ones she has behind that panel. Does she?
    No. Like Delenn's make-up and several other elements of the pilot, the rings were dropped as a bad idea.

    Also, and interesting side... When Kosh comes onto the station he see's Sinclair and says "Entil Za Valen" (forgive my bad spelling)
    Actually, Kosh doesn/t say anything. He thinks that, to himself. Lyta is inside Kosh's mind recovering his memories, and therefore "hears" it. Kosh recognizes Sinclair as Valen (and seems surprised to see him.) Note that the musical tones of Vorlon speech and Kosh's translator are not heard before the words "Entil'Zha Valen". (The "line" was in JMS's original script for the pilot, but was cut before they shot it. No actor was hired to give Kosh a voice until the series started production many months after the pilot was made. JMS had Ardwright Chamberlain record the Entil'Zha line as part of the TNT-financed 1998 re-edit.

    Regards,

    Joe

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